No. 13 Rutgers wrestling defeats Princeton, Buffalo in dominant fashion
The Rutgers wrestling team had a busy weekend at Jersey Mike's Arena on Livingston campus, defeating in-state rivals Princeton and Buffalo. The Scarlet Knights (5-1, 0-0) won 17 of their 20 total bouts and are now on a three-game winning streak. No. 13 Rutgers started off the weekend with a...
Steinert Boys Basketball Preview
HAMILTON, NJ -- The Steinert boys basketball team will open its season on Friday, Dec. 15 at Hamilton West. The Spartans are looking to improve on a 9-17 record last winter, with Paul Cutaneo taking over as head coach after stints around Mercer County at Notre Dame, Ewing, Allentown Hopewell Valley. "I believe we are going to be a gritty team this year who will be in some tough games," Cutaneo said. "I think we will shock some people with the energy, grit, and effort we will play with. I believe we have a solid out of conference games that...
IMAGES: Rutgers Wrestling Dominates Princeton to Capture B1G-Ivy Trophy
Scenes from Rutgers' wrestling match against Princeton. (Photo by Sarah Middlesteadt - JSN) Rutgers won seven out of ten matches, including bonus point victories from Dylan Shawver, Mitch Moore, and Jackson Turley, to top in-state rival, Princeton, 24-9, and retain the B1G-Ivy Trophy for another year.
N.J. girls basketball’s all-time leading scorers, as 2023-24 gets set to tip
New Jersey has a rich girls basketball history. The amount of players that have made their mark at the high school level and then went on and made their mark at the college and professional levels is astounding. If you purchase a product or register for an account through a...
Women's Soccer ID Clinic Set for February 4
EWING, N.J. -- The reigning NJAC champion TCNJ women's soccer team is hosting an ID Clinic on Sunday, February 4, from 9 A.M. to 12 P.M. at Lions Stadium. The ID Clinic is for female soccer players in grades nine and up who are interested in being evaluated by the TCNJ coaching staff. The clinic is limited to 30 field players and six goalkeepers and will feature a campus tour led by current TCNJ players.
Bellbrook takes down Trenton Edgewood
Bellbrook’s powerful offense dominated to a resounding victory by pulling away from Trenton Edgewood 63-43 at Bellbrook High on Dec. 8 in Ohio boys high school basketball action. Check out our complete boys basketball roundup to stay up-to-date on all the action. We want your feedback on the accuracy...
Wrestling tournament tracker: Schedules and results from around N.J., 2023-24
Once again, the final month of the year brings the beginning of high school wrestling season in New Jersey. The season does not open for all schools until Thursday, Dec. 14, but the first noteworthy tournament gets under way Friday when Blair takes on a loaded field at the two-day Walsh Jesuit Ironman in Ohio.
NJ may add another sport to high school list, for girls only
It hasn't reached the end zone just yet, but flag football has taken another step closer to becoming an official sport at New Jersey high schools. The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association has given the green light to a pilot program for girls flag football. The test run, during...
Red-hot St. Joe’s hands Princeton 1st loss of season
The Princeton-St. Joe’s game was arguably the biggest game on the college calendar on Sunday. With a win, Princeton would improve to 9-0 and potentially enter the AP Top 25 on Monday. A win for St. Joe’s would extend their winning streak to five games with another quality victory.
Top 10 New Jersey boys basketball players in Class of 2024
ROBBINSVILLE TOWNSHIP, N.J. (BVM) — The New Jersey high school basketball circuit is as loaded as ever as the Garden State has five players in 247 Sports’ top 100 for the Class of 2024. This senior crop has the chance to produce not only NCAA talent, but NBA talent.
Men’s Track and Field Takes On Joe Handelman Invite
PRINCETON, N.J. – Competing among a field of largely Division I athletes, the TCNJ men's track and field team had a strong day of competition at the Joe Handelman Invite on Saturday. NOTABLE FINISHERS. Freshman Nathaniel Adams finished third in the 60m hurdles finals with a time of 9.12...
Dylan Harper, Son of NBA Champion and Don Bosco Star, Commits to Rutgers
• Dylan Harper, a top-ranked high school basketball player and son of five-time NBA champion Ron Harper, has committed to play college basketball at Rutgers University. • Harper is ranked the No. 2 recruit in the nation by 247 Sports, Rivals.com, and ESPN, and chose Rutgers over other top schools including Duke, Indiana, Kansas, and Auburn.
Poll: Who will be the Shore boys basketball Player of the Year?
The start of the 2023-24 high school boys basketball season is around the corner, and the Shore Conference looks like one of New Jersey's most competitive leagues this winter. And it's the individual talent within what are expected to be hotly contested division races that will be the main attraction in gyms throughout...
Girls basketball divisional alignments: Rivalries mapped out for 2023-24
With the girls basketball season set to start next week, here is a look at the state’s conference and divisional alignments for the 2023-24 season. Calvary Christian (Old Bridge) Carteret. Highland Park. Metuchen. New Brunswick. Somerset Tech. South River. Spotswood. Gold Division. Dunellen. East Brunswick Magnet. Mother Seton. Perth...
Rutgers wrestling wins fiery, emotional renewal of rivalry with Princeton
PISCATAWAY - The Rutgers University wrestling team's 24-9 win over Route 1 rival Princeton Friday night before a boisterious crowd of 5,049 at Jersey Mike's Arena looks routine on the surface. However, it was anything, but that, as emotions spilled over at times in the match and even after the match. "There's...
Women’s and Men’s Track and Field competes in TCNJ Winter Opener
Stevens Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams both had a very successful season opener after attending The College of New Jersey’s Winter Opener held at the New York City Armory on Saturday, December 2. Although team scores were not compiled, many individual athletes posted very impressive results following the event.
Both Women and Men’s Swimming produce a MAC Swimmer of the Week
On Monday, December 4, following a three day invitational hosted by The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), juniors Kai Wong and Edward Platonov, from the women’s and men’s swimming teams respectively, were announced as honorees the MAC Swimmer of the Week award. The title is the first weekly award of Wong’s career and the first of the year for Platonov.
NJ's Brosnan Earns Gold Medal At European XC Championships
Shane Brosnan, who starred at Union Catholic High School, earned a gold medal by running on Ireland's winning team in the men's Under-20 Division at the European Cross-Country Championships on Sunday at Laeken Park in Brussels, Belgium. Brosnan (on the far right in the photo above) was the No. 5...
New Jersey Increases Penalties for Attacking Youth Sports Refs, Umpires
TRENTON, NJ – The Senate Judiciary Committee has advanced a bill sponsored by former Governor Richard Codey and Senator Joseph Lagana, aiming to address the growing issue of violence against…
Woodbury’s Shute, Northern Burlington’s Gordon compete at Foot Locker National Championships
Woodbury’s Peyton Shute and Northern Burlington’s Liliah Gordon finished their 2023 cross-country campaigns by competing at the Foot Locker National Championships in San Diego. Shute, who won the NJSIAA Group 3 championship and finished second at the Meet of Champions during his senior season for the Gateway/Woodbury co-op...